BULLYING. NOT Just a Policy Issue. KIMBERLY NOVAK CAMPUS SAFETY AND STUDENT RISK MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST NANCY TRIBBENSEE SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT ARIZONA BOARD OF REGENTS. BULLYING. What is it? What is beyond the scope of today’s conversation?
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NOT Just a Policy Issue....
KIMBERLY NOVAKCAMPUS SAFETY AND STUDENT RISK MANAGEMENT SPECIALISTNANCY TRIBBENSEESENIOR VICE PRESIDENT ARIZONA BOARD OF REGENTS
a person who is involved in the process, brings something to the table, develops and supports the message, recognizes the need to address the issue and what needs to be done; needed from all levels of influence;
a person who is probably not at the table, but who is committed to the issue because of their connection with you or others; willing to tell the story; does what is asked of them; needed from all levels of influence;
a person who is not always at the table; brings passion to the process; willing to tell the story; needed from all levels of influence; decides how best to approach whomever they need to influence;
Define WHAT then Determine WHY
Identify Current Context for Anti-Bullying Efforts
“He had put his hand up in class, a declaration of existence, a claim that he knew something. And that was forbidden to him. They could give a number of reasons for why they had to torment him; he was too fat, too ugly, too disgusting. But the real problem was simply that he existed, and every reminder of his existence was a crime.” ― John Ajvide Lindqvist, Let the Right One In
“There is no gesture more devastating than the back turning away.” ― Rachel Simmons, Odd Girl Out: The Hidden Culture of Aggression in Girls
Google: College Campus Bullying Research